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League of Women Voters observing its 90th year

March 2, 2010

Filed under Education, History, News, Politics

The League of Women Voters is celebrating its 90th birthday in 2010. Known widely for its voter education efforts, this non-partisan government watchdog group has been an institution in the Long Beach area for decades. Read More »...

Government privacy breach affects nearly 50,000

March 2, 2010

Filed under Government, Health, Politics

Submitted by the office of Bonnie Lowenthal During an Assembly floor session on Tuesday, February 16, Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal gathered her colleagues' signatures in a letter demanding that the Department of Health Care ...

The Campaign Trail

February 12, 2010

Filed under Community, Politics, The Campaign Trail

Long Beach City Prosecutor candidate Doug Haubert has earned the endorsement of the Long Beach Police Officers Association. "The Long Beach Police Officers Association endorses Prosecutor Doug Haubert for Long Beach City...

The Campaign Trail

January 15, 2010

Filed under Community, News, Politics

The Write-In Val Lerch 2010 committee will have a campaign fundraiser at Phil Trani's restaurant, 3490 Long Beach Blvd., on Wednesday, Jan. 20 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. More at (562) 884-2759 and Long Beach...

Former LB mayor was sailor, soldier, real estate agent, aviator

July 17, 2009

Filed under Community, Politics

Former mayor Ernie Kell (left) described the various experiences in his journey to office to interviewer/former council member Evan Braude (right). By Steven Piper Editorial Intern On his second day in office, the second Long Beach...

Councilwoman Gabelich invites residents, business owners

April 24, 2009

Filed under Environment, Politics

Tax time has passed, and for those wondering what to do with all of their old receipts and financial documents, here's some advice: If you no longer need them, shred them. Eighth District Councilwoman Rae Gabelich is hosting...

Elected officials turn out to discuss economy, bailout over coffee

March 26, 2009

Filed under News, Politics

With Assemblyman Warren Furutani at the left, Congresswoman Laura Richardson chats with constituents at It's A Grind during Saturday morning's Coffee and Conversation event. By Dan Pressburg Following on the heels of...

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch?

March 26, 2009

Filed under Community, Politics

The Long Beach Branch NAACP had its general membership meeting March 15 at McBride Center, where the organization celebrated the recognition of 2009 NAACP Women of the Year Stella Davis and Alice Robinson. Davis and Robinson were honored for the en...

Feinstein’s office seeking students to work as interns

January 29, 2009

Filed under Community, Politics

Senator Dianne Feinstein's Los Angeles office is looking for highly motivated college students for internship positions for the winter, spring, and summer sessions. Interns support the field representatives and staff assistants...

Dems in 54th State Assembly district choose reps for policy-making committee

January 22, 2009

Filed under News, Politics

BY NICK DIAMANTIDES Staff Writer Democrats living in the 54th State Assembly District came out in droves last Sunday to elect the 12 people who will represent them on the California Democratic State Central Committee (DSCC)....

Communique from Rae Gabelich

October 23, 2008

Filed under Commentary, Politics

Politics! Finances! Should We? What If? Thank God it will be a piece of our history within the next three weeks. Then we will live with our choices, our decisions. And hopefully we will be able to say we did our best to understand...

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